Charity of Choice
Our Hope Collection is both a great source of pride and an honour for my husband and I to support. What originally started as a one-month event in 2007 has developed into a way of thinking and a fundamental part of our organization. Our Hope Shells mean so much to so many different people. Over the years, Hope Shell designs have been beautiful, fun, inspiring, moving, bold, childlike, defiant, radiant and sweet.
Hope Shells, whatever the design, speak volumes for the women who carry them. Many women have challenges to face in their life or want to show their support of the challenges in the lives of loved ones. A Hope Shell is a way of sharing your own story. You can literally carrying your heart in your hand. For the very lucky among us, the Miche Hope Collection becomes a talisman, a symbol of gratitude for the life we have.
We at Miche salute you all and thank you for purchasing, showing and building awareness of the Hope collections. We are pleased to announce that together we have raised close to $80,000 and awareness for your charities, including but not limited to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, ALS and the Wounded Warrior Foundation.We ask you to share your story with us (email@example.com), for in 2014 we will continue to have a Charity of Choice initiative.
For the month of December we will return to the cause that first moved us, Childhood Cancer Canada. A portion of all sales this month of any Hope Shell will donated to the Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation.
It seems fitting doesn't it? After all, Christmas is all about the children.
Accept the children the way we accept trees—with gratitude, because they are a blessing—but do not have expectations or desires. You don’t expect trees to change, you love them as they are.
For the month of November we are featuring the Wounded Warrior Foundation as our Charity of Choice. For every Hope (black/white) Shell sold, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Foundation. Christina L. of Nova Scotia shares her story with us.
My name is Christina L. and I have been a Miche Representative for just over a year, but I have been a Military Spouse for 7 years and would not change a thing about it. Yes, being a Military Spouse means moving and being alone for long or short periods of time and not knowing what your other half is doing or how much danger they are in but it has also made me very proud of what he is doing for a living and all the others that he works with. I feel with November and Remembrance Day fast approaching, it is a great opportunity for Miche to show support to our Canadian Forces. I feel that Remembrance Day has become a one-day or one-hour event in most of our minds but for our Veterans and wounded soldiers, this is something they deal with every day.
Thank you for sharing your story with us.
It is indeed a very worthy cause and we are honoured to consider it. Not only do our troops do a valued service but so do the women behind them. As such, thank you! Our hearts and thoughts are with you.
Linda & the Miche team
The Wounded Warrior Foundation
For more information regarding the Wounded Warrior Foundation please read their profile:
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Make a donation
If you would like to make a donation directly to the Wounded Warrior Foundation, click here.
If you would like to support the cause with Miche, purchase the Hope (black/white) Shell from your local Representative throughout the month of November.
Hope Prima (Black/White) MB 7516
Did you know that the Hope (Black/White) Shell was the very first Hope Shell that inspired Miche's Hope initiative?
The Black and White Hope Shell was the Shell that inspired Miche Canada's desire to give back. From that moment on, a portion of all Hope Shell sales have been donated to charity. The Prima Shell is simple in design with inspirational quotes and packs a powerful message!
Do you have a Charity of Choice?
Please send your story to firstname.lastname@example.org